Board:asus/kfsn4-dre

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The KFSN4-DRE is a relatively modern AMD Family 10h motherboard. It is well supported and stable under Coreboot, with all CPUs, RAM, and peripherals functioning normally.

Boot times on warm reset with single Opteron 8356 CPU and 2G RAM:

With VGA:

 10:start of ramstage             20,261
 30:device enumeration            25,566 (5,304)
 40:device configuration          50,219 (24,653)
 50:device enable                 108,559 (58,339)
 60:device initialization         109,734 (1,175)
 70:device setup done             1,056,523 (946,789)
 75:cbmem post                    1,057,578 (1,054)
 80:write tables                  1,058,641 (1,063)
 90:load payload                  1,064,180 (5,539)
 99:selfboot jump                 1,123,383 (59,202)

Without VGA:

 10:start of ramstage             20,265
 30:device enumeration            25,544 (5,278)
 40:device configuration          50,224 (24,680)
 50:device enable                 108,563 (58,338)
 60:device initialization         109,740 (1,176)
 70:device setup done             1,056,546 (946,806)
 75:cbmem post                    1,057,608 (1,062)
 80:write tables                  1,058,672 (1,063)
 90:load payload                  1,064,212 (5,540)
 99:selfboot jump                 1,123,423 (59,210)